Great Britain, 1923: Detective Inspector John Redfrye is a blessing to the Cambridge CID.
Christina Dodd’s latest book Dead Girl Running has an interesting premise: a woman is looking for a home, a job, and her own history.
For nine years Lucy has been working as a part-time librarian at a small Arizona university and struggling to complete a Ph.D. program in classic literature.
United Nations fraud investigator Valentin Vermeulen is assigned to Mozambique to look into the disappearance of $5 million in UN funding from the accounts of Global Alternatives, a flashy new non-
A new novel by Julian Barnes is exciting.
“This is the novel that started it all.”
It’s the late 1940s. Mike Hammer has come to Killington, Rhode Island, to keep a promise to a friend.
“The Folded Land reveals a landscape in which both magical creatures and humans display their weaknesses and strengths, revealing why these two beings are equally fascinated by and
Lincoln Rhyme and Amelia Sachs return to New York City in Jeffery Deaver’s new novel, The Cutting Edge, in which Manhattan’s diamond district is gripped by terror.
The sudden death of Harry Ackerman’s father opens the door to an explosive mix of seductions, obsessions, and dark secrets from the past.
Will Dando, a 20-something down on his luck New York musician, wakes one morning filled with a dream that accurately predicts 108 future events.
How can someone of limited intellectual ability understand the reality of seeing one you care about being hurt?
Christine Mangan’s noir novel, Tangerine, draws a fine line between homage to Patricia Highsmith’s Ripley novels and downright copying or pastiche.
“an exploration into the mystery that is the human mind, pointing out that real-life devils live among us.”
A natural-born trapper and hunter raised in the Alaskan wilderness, Tracy Petrikoff spends her days tracking animals and running with her dogs in the remote forests surrounding her family’s home.
“a compelling and memorable read.”
“Yates crafts a tough look at what trauma can do to adults, and how personal connections between people and their timelines can cause as much malice as mirth.”
Hundreds of white-hot meteor fragments plunge toward earth near Monterey Bay, California.
“Unfortunately, . . . The Escape Artist promises much more than it delivers, . . .”
“This is a book that will keep you up all night, unable to turn off the light, because the pages almost literally fly beneath your fingers.”
Divorced mom Jackie Reed worries about her oldest son Wade. His actions have become questionable. But is it teenage angst, or is something really bothering the 17 year old?
Jason Matthews’ The Kremlin’s Candidate is the finale in his Red Sparrow series. The story is very “today” with action and events pulled from current headlines.
Mike Hodge, a reporter with the Tribune in 1920s Chicago, sets off on a quest to find the person or persons responsible for the murder of his girlfriend, Annie Walsh.
James Grippando won the prestigious 2017 Harper Lee Prize for excellence in legal fiction for Gone Again, his 12th Jack Swyteck thriller, and A Death in Live Oak is the 14th offer
“a novel of friendships balanced with hate, set against the backdrop of a primitive landscape . . .”
When the book jacket describes this book as “fiendishly clever,” “with masterful twists,” which “gallops along at breakneck speed with an ending that takes your breath away,” it is enjoyable to fin